Tag: yuki kawauchi
Many believe the return of pacesetters is bad news for Yuki, who will be joined by Suguru Osako in pursuit of a new Japanese record
Today’s race a fitting tribute for Japanese marathoner whose father grew up on Okinoshima
2018 Boston winner finishes road ultra more than 30 minutes ahead of second-place finisher
International travel and little recovery time no problem for Boston’s newest champion
The Japanese runner was in the Boston area in the days leading up to the New Year’s race scoping out the marathon course for April
The 30-year-old, known as the “citizen runner” in Japan, finished ninth at the IAAF World Championships even after a mid-race tumble
Chris Estwanik betters the current world record for fastest half-marathon in a suit at Sunday’s United Airlines NYC Half.
Watch race highlights of Reid Coolsaet’s 2:10:55 performance, tied for fourth all-time among Canadians, at the Fukuoka International Marathon on Sunday.
Yuki Kawauchi, one of Japan’s better distance runners, raced a half-marathon in his hometown on the weekend all while wearing a suit.
December 16th, 2013 by Scott Leitch | Posted in Uncategorized | No Comments »
Yuki Kawauchi may not have won the Fukuoka Marathon on Dec. 1 or the Hofu Yomiuri Marathon on Dec. 15, but he still set a different record. Kawauchi, after running 2:09:15 in Fukuoka and […]
June 20th, 2013 by Alison Dunn | Posted in Uncategorized | No Comments »
Yuki Kawauchi, the Japanese running phenom who holds down a day job, won his second-straight Okinoshima Ultramarathon on Sunday, but was later rushed to hospital. According to an article on the Japan Running News […]